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PBS
Mar 7, 2013 6:30pm PST
, the united nations security council votes on new sanctions against north korea. >> the resolution is a response to p'yongyang's third nuclear test in february. >> a show of solidarity in p'yongyang just hours after the vote at the united nations. tens of thousands of north koreans gathered in the capital to protest against the sanctions. top officials told the crowds that north korea was ready to act. >> as long as the u.s. imperialists are turning upon us with nuclear weapons, we will also make a counterattack with diversified, many to rise, and precision nuclear weapons. >> p'yongyang has also balked at joint military exercises between south korea and the united states. about 10,000 u.s. soldiers are taking part in the drills. north korea accused the countries of preparing an attack. in response, p'yongyang threatens to cancel the p'yongyang armistice ending the korean war, and it said it would retaliate with a more powerful and precise attack. tensions on the korean peninsula have spiked in recent weeks. the north korean leader has dashed hopes of reconciliation, resorting inst
PBS
Mar 8, 2013 6:30pm PST
with south korea after united nations sanctions. >> dozens had to caracas to their final farewell to hugo chavez. >> on international women's day, we look at an initiative in india to train women cabdrivers. north korea says it is scrapping a non-agression pact with south korea and canceling the armistice agreement between them. >> these threats come after the united nations security council put fresh sanctions on the communist country over its nuclear program. they have called for calm and restraint, saying the situation on the korean peninsula is highly complex and sensitive. >> the german foreign minister has urged china to use its influence on p'yongyang to stop its provocative actions. >> propaganda and north korean style. state tv shows kim jong un visiting units close to the border with south korea. his focus is on a south korean island, a gesture aimed to provoke neighbors and please the north korean people. tensions have heightened since the regime scrap its non- agression pact with south korea and threaten the u.s. with strikes. south koreans are responding with a mix of concern
LINKTV
Mar 2, 2013 7:00am PST
to communicating orders, guidelines, and concerns. >> in the news ahead, the united nations prepares to mark 1 million syrian refugees. and why some villages are unhappy with sugar cane in cambodia. >> hello. we've seen more massive downpours across northern parts of australia. the topics really struggling. 60 millimeters of rain coming down friday, and that what weather does stay in place over the coming days, so a real possibility. you have seen how huge the thundershowers are, and more to come over the next few days. 200 millimeters of rain coming in, and the wet weather again does stay in place. it really does look quite nasty across northern and eastern parts of australia. also seeing some of the showers here you come further south, it is not too bad. temperatures 27 degrees, plenty of sunshine. sunshine also for new zealand and across the western side of australia with a high of around 29 degrees. western australia drying out after a couple of cyclones. dry, too, across parts of south asia, but strikers will see part of south east asia. increasingly wet. turning increasingly warm, meanwh
CSPAN
Mar 9, 2013 10:25am EST
statehood bid at the united nations. [applause] we remain hopeful that we can work together to forge a lasting negotiated peace resulting in a jewish state israel living side-by-side with a demilitarized palestinian state. [applause] but perhaps the most tangible evidence of your support has been through your commitment to foreign aid into israel missile defense programs. because of this administrations dedication to israel, more than $400 million has been invested in iron dome. [applause] your support, mr. vice president during operation killer of defense and commitment to these life-saving systems enables israel to defend itself while preventing a wider conflict. million of israelis are able to sleep more soundly tonight because of the investment and commitment, you, president obama, and congress have made to israel's security. [applause] vice president biden, please give our thanks to president obama for his support in strengthening the u.s.-israel alliance. [applause] and please thank him for going to israel in a few weeks. [applause] this trip sends an important message to the p
LINKTV
Mar 8, 2013 5:30am PST
with conspiracy to kill united states nationals. it goes on to say that from at least may 2001 to 2002, he served without qaeda. it also specifies that he appeared with them the day after the 9/11 attacks warning of more talks. videoo mentions this where he tells moslems living and the american not to travel by plane or live in blocks as they could become targets. he is believed to have been the official spokesperson for some time after the attacks on the twin towers. the u.s. attorney general praises the arrest saying it sends an unmistakable message that the u.s. will do everything in their power to bring extremists to justice. he will appear in a civilian court on friday. >> stay with us. still to come, an outbreak of meningitis in northern nigeria. plus life under the eyes. the discovery in an art deco that has been millions of years in the making. + >> across europe, all weekend long we expect to see more messy weather. in the satellite image, look at the cloud making their way across the continent. you can see on saturday, along arraigned talk about. paris will be right on the edge, but the
FOX News
Mar 5, 2013 12:00pm PST
to jonathan hunt at the united nations. looks like basketball diplomacy works as well as sanctions. now the united nations is hammering out a draft resolution to deal with north korea. >> cording to the u.s. ambassador to the u.n., this draft resolution would impose some of the toughest financial punishment ever handed don by the united nations. listen. >> for the first time ever, this resolution targets the elicit activities of north korean diplomatic personnel. north korean banking relationships. illicit transfers of bulk cash and new travel restrictions. >> what this draft resolution says immiss setly, rather than explicitly, is that north korean officials are taking advantage of diplomatic immunity to smuggle in and out of the country both nuclear technology and large amounts of cash, and the clear aim of this resolution is to put an end to that kind of illegal, under international law, activity. >> shepard: what about the threat to cancel the cease fire with the south koreans. >> got a pretty short and sharp response from the white house today. listen. >> the dpr wail achieve nothi
CSPAN
Mar 9, 2013 10:00am EST
at the united nations in a number of roles through the senate. please help me welcome kirsten gillibrand. >> senator mccain, i want to start with you. iran is on everybody's mind. what can the united states do working together to deal with iran and prevent iran from acquiring nuclear weapons capabilities? >> thank you and thank you all for the warm welcome. what a great honor it is to be with general yadlin. we once through the same type of airplane. the difference is he used to shoot people down and i got shot down. i have watched a number of senators come to the united states senate. this senator from new york has done a magnificent job in the sense of the state of israel and the defense of freedom. . we recently had an encounter with the president of egypt i can assure you he will not forget the senator from new york. what is happening in iran is obviously, the centrifuges are spending. the latest effort had conciliation and some kind of agreement with the iranians have -- has failed. it is clear they are on the path to having a nuclear weapon. i do not think it is a question of it is
CNN
Mar 3, 2013 7:00am PST
's ambassador to the united nations mohammad khazaee. welcome. >> great pleasure to be with you. >> tell me what specifically iran sees as a turning point in these negotiations. is it the issue of the nuclear facility that it does not have to be shut down, but merely suspended? is it the issue of the 20% enrichment uranium? what is the turning point? >> thank you, that's a good point. eventually, in my view, none of them makes the negotiation a turning point. in my view, as far as i am informed, both sides are getting closer to each other. and the proposals put on the table by the five plus one were much closer to the realities on the ground, to the kind of a sense of having bitter cooperation with yoiranian. the whole idea was idealistic and done before. so, therefore, i think that both sides have found some grounds for cooperation in futures. >> let me just spell it out. so, the things that encouraged you is there was some talk about relaxation of sanctions and some understanding that you did want some 20% enriched uranium to be used in the teheran research reactor for medical purposes. so, th
CNN
Mar 3, 2013 10:00am PST
have an exclusive conversation with iran's ambassador to the united nations. >>> then, the automatic spending cuts have kicked in, but are they so bad? maybe not. i've got a great battle to hash it out. >>> with italy's bizarre election results this week, is the euro crisis back? and why is silvio berlusconi so popular? we'll talk to italy's premier journalist. >>> but, first, here's my take. secretary of state john kerry is making news on his first foreign trip swinging through nine countries in europe and the middle east. he's talking about european trade deals, about providing greater assistance to the syrian opposition and he's talking about iran, of course. these are all important issues. but i wonder if kerry should, instead, just visited two countries on his first trip. china and japan. that's where the most significant and dangerous new developments in international relations are unfolding and where america diplomacy could make a big difference. the world's second and third largest economies have been jostling for months over territory, reviving ugly historic memories and mak
ABC
Mar 5, 2013 4:30am PST
an extended medical stay in cuba. >> the united nations security council is setting the stage today for a new round of sanctions against north korea. it carried out the third nuclear test last month despite u.n. warnings. the security council will meet today behind closed doors. china is now set to be behind the sanctions. it comes after the united states and north korea's closest ally agreed on the new resolution to punish north korea. the north is vowing this morning to cancel the 1953 korean war cease-fire because of sanctions and ongoing united states south korean joint military drills. >> the united states thinks the united nations has a drinking problem. ambassador that represents the united states on the u.n. budget committee and he says that budget negotiations are made more complicated by the number of diplomats who turn up drunk. he is proposing that negotiation rooms should be held in alcohol-free zone. the u.n. budget is finalized in december when holiday parties lead to problems spilling over into the negotiations. >> maybe made sure your diplomat is sober so they can take advant
PBS
Mar 7, 2013 2:30pm PST
taking its hostile rhetoric to new heights . bbc news at the united nations in new york. >> are more on the tension, i spoke a brief time ago with -- for more on the tension, i spoke a brief time ago with a former state department official. north korea has ignored the previous three un sanction resolutions. >> they want to ignore this, but there were two aspects that were very important. first, the unanimous vote, 15-0. china andftors were united states. one of the problems in the past is that they have not been on the same page here they clearly are now -- on the same page. they clearly are now. there are these preposterous threats made earlier today. >> how is this resolution going to stop north korea from building nuclear weapons? >> the resolution will not do that, but china is the key here. if china would put much more pressure on the koreans -- north koreans, economic and political, there is at least the possibility to see some redress. without china playing that role, north korea has that safety valve always. that's been the problem with the six-party talks. the republic of ko
LINKTV
Mar 7, 2013 5:30am PST
nuclear attack against any -- against a foreign invader or against the united nations, the u.s.-led united nations command invading north korea. it is still in a deterrent context, but it says something about their intention, in that they are willing to use nuclear weapons. at least, they say they are willing to use nuclear weapons in a first strike against a conventional attack against them. >> this comes shortly after north korea threatened to rip up the armistice agreement, the 1953 of agreement ending the korean war between the two koreas. how real is the risk of renewed hostilities between north and south korea? >> yes. from monday, they said they will no longer recognize the armistice. therefore, they are stating that military operations or violence could resume at any moment. at the time of their choosing. so, that is quite worrisome. there is a large-scale exercise going on in south korea now. i think you would be the wrong time to pick that fight. -- i think it would be the wrong time to pick that fight. the worry is they will try to use some type of operation to test the resolve
PBS
Mar 6, 2013 4:00pm PST
of the united nations. but even there today, a brief moment of silent tribute. this is a moment of change, undoubtedly. also, this is not about politics. it is about a man and a deep, a visceral sense of loss. >> hugo chavez's koffman has just arrived at the military academy -- coffin has just arrived at the military academy, where he will lie in state until friday. i spoke with the former venezuelan minister of trade who joins us from new york. well hugo chavez's brand of populism outlive him? >> it will. there are several forces that he unleashed in the country that are going to be there for awhile. at the front of the debate, the poor and needy. he was very vehement about their exclusion he also did that in a highly polarized in fashion. the politics of rage and revenge have become part of the political fabric of the country and that is one of the many wounds that need to be late -- shield, whoever -- that needs to be healed, whoever his successor is. >> you think that will come with the election, whenever that is? >> this is not an end -- a normal election when there is a political pa
CSPAN
Mar 6, 2013 7:30am EST
at the united nations security council. it will be necessary to turn each of these calculations on its head if the conflict is to come to a peaceful end. securing a diplomatic breakthrough remains, of course, our objective. last week i discussed it with john kerry here in london and other close partners with the friends of the syrian people in rome. in rome i also met the syrian national coalition's president and welcomed his brave announcement that the national coalition is open to direct talks with members of the assad regime. we continue our efforts to develop common ground with russia. i will have talked with the russian foreign minister later this afternoon and next week also here in london. and at the end of january, the u.n. and arab league special representative for syria set out a credible plan for the establishment of a transitional authority in syria. we're working with allies to achieve, if at all possible, security council backing for a transition process, and i'm meeting mr. bra brahimi again ao this afternoon. the fact is diplomacy is taking far too long, and the prospect of
FOX News
Mar 5, 2013 4:00pm PST
't. a as a member of opec venezuela is major exporter of oil to the united states. our nation purchases more than $40 billion worth of petroleum products from that country each year. that country gives away oil to folks here. peter barnes is in our d.c. newsroom tonight. what impact could this have here in the states? >> probably not much for now. shep. oil prices did not move very much on this news. they closed just under $1 a barrel in regular market trading today. and in after hours electronic trading right now, it's down just four cents a barrel or so. as a result, the death of chavez doesn't look like it will have much impact on prices at the pump here. now, venezuela, as you said is, a major oil producer and is the second largest proven reserves in the world after saudi arabia. but it is only the 10th largest oil exporter. while it is is america's fourth largest source of imported oil, it is a distant fourth. accounting for about 8% of our total imports. in fact, our imports from venezuela have been declining because of our political disputs disputes with the chavez regime. increases in imp
MSNBC
Mar 6, 2013 2:30am PST
shoes? >>> and north korea makes more nuclear threats as the united nations teams up with china to push on sanctions. let's get to the news at 5:30 a.m. here in new york city. today several mid-atlantic states waking up to this massive snowstorm that has already covered most of the midwest. the storm dropped more than 9 inches of snow in chicago, the no most to hit the city since february of 2011. schools are closed in indiana, west virginia, virginia and now even maryland. thousands of flights have been canceled, mostly out of chicago and baltimore and washington, d.c. >>> speaking of washington, d.c., they're calling this snowstorm the snowquester. that's what happens when you let a geek in a cubicle name a snowstorm. let me show you the storm this morning. interstate 81 through virginia, wrest virginia, northern maryland is difficult to travel on. none on the ground yet in washington, d.c. and baltimore, but the worst of it will be as we go throughout the late morning and early this afternoon. along the coastal areas just dealing with rain for maryland, new jersey and new york city.
CSPAN
Mar 7, 2013 5:00pm EST
and to the right thing. that from senator rand paul. today in new york at the united nations security council, they voted unanimously for tough sanctions against north korea for its latest nuclear test, a move that the associated press as has sparked furious reaction in pyongyang. the new u.n. sanctions are aimed at making it more difficult for north korea to obtain material for its weapons program. here is what the vote looked like today at the united the nation's. -- the united nations. >> [speaking in russian] >> the agenda is adopted. under rule 37, i invite the representatives of belgium, canada baja, denmark, the philippines to participate in this meeting. it is so decided. the security council will begin its consideration of item 2 of the agenda. members of the council also have before them a document, text of a draft resolution submitted by australia, belgium, canada, denmark, france, italy, japan, morocco, the philippines, republic of korea, rwanda, togo, united kingdom of great britain, and northern ireland, and the united states of america. it is my understanding that the council i
PBS
Mar 6, 2013 6:30pm PST
.s. armies. >> the u.s. has just provided details of new united nations sanctions also backed by china and a punishing north korea aimed at carrying out a third nuclear test last month. >> the court in egypt has rejected a presidential decree, which called for parliamentary elections to start next month. the ruling could delay the vote and threatens to further deepen the country's political crisis. >> tensions between supporters and opponents of egypt's islamist-led government have fuelled weeks of unrest. there were violent protests wednesday in cairo and port said, which has seen days of clashes between police and protesters, who are protesting death sentences handed down in connection with last year's soccer stadium riot in which more than 70 people were killed. the arab league has lifted a ban on weapons, deliveries to the syrian rebels and has offered the syrian opposition to take a seat as the representative of the syrian people in the organization. >> rebels say they can get rid of the regime of the syrian president if they get better equipment. the conflict has claimed more tha
PBS
Mar 6, 2013 7:00pm PST
of 20 peace united nations. about 1,000 peace keepers from four countries are stationed in the golan heights. officia >>> officials say more and more syrians are fleeing into neighboring countries. officials say more than 400,000 people have fled since january. many are crossing into turkey or jordan. aid workers have asked for $1 billion to cover expenses but they say that would only last until june. agency officials say they were provided with a quarter of the money they need. he's asking the leaders of other countries for help. a senior u.s. envoy had expressexpress ed his frustrations. they're committed to what he called deception, defiance and delay. >> the time for action by iran is now. there is no lack of clarity on what steps iran has to take. there's no debate over requirements. >> inspectors from the international atomic agency has asked to enter a facility near iran. iranian officials have rejected their requests. they say first the inspectors have to agree to certain conditions such as the number of inspections. >> we cannot give a blank check for our national security.
CBS
Mar 6, 2013 4:30am PST
to the united nations refugee agency... which fears syria is heading toward a "full-scale disaster." meanwhile... syria's anti- government rebels say they now control the entire city of raqqa. the city is a provincial capital, with a population opf about a million. activists say rebels are trying to maintain order there... but there are government warplanes overhead. catholic cardinals are meeting again at the vatican today... for what's called the "general congregation." the purpose is to decide what kind of pope they want... before the conclave, in which they'll elect a successor for the retired "pope benedict the 16th." "they have got plenty of time to get it done before easter. after all we haven't had a conclave go over five days since 1831." the landmark "sistine chapel" is now closed to visitors. security teams will install anti- bugging devices in the chapel, to detect any hidden microphones that could compromise the secret vote. another queen of england? it looks like the newest royal may be a girl! during a visit to the seaport of grimsby kate middleton was given a tedd
LINKTV
Mar 2, 2013 2:00pm PST
of syria and iraq. the united nations is expected to announce that the number of syrian refugees -- this is not until the number who have registered as refugees. the u.n. believes the 950,000 people have fled syria since the conflict began, and 4 million syrians are displaced. in jordan they are hosting more than 300,000 people. around 320,000 are thought to be living in lebanon. >> there are bad conditions in the camp with the toilets far away and we are in the middle of the desert. there are only two bakeries. >> this is different than living in our own country and we suffer from this new environment. we try to connect with the new come back streets, they are suffering from this because they are not working here, and this is very expensive. >> john kerry is in egypt as he continues his tour of egypt and the middle east. he has met the secretary general and he is urging egypt to sign a loan deal for the international monetary fund. he joins us live from the egyptian capital. we have seen so for the historic is dominated by syria. but this is not the focus of his trip to -- trip
ABC
Mar 5, 2013 4:00pm PST
to the wars in iraq and war in afghanistan, and any united nations speech referred to george w. bush as, quote, the devil. today president obama reaffirmed support for the venezuelan people, and for a constructive relationship with the government there. huggo chavez was 58 years old. >> the incoming storm has residents in one san francisco neighborhood worried. >> but the city says rain won't increase the risk of more sink holes. you can see the view from sky 7 which flew over the neighborhood last week. unstable soil caused serious damage. >> three homes are now red tagged. is that right, heather? >> that is right. still three as of yesterday and today. three yellow. the city not expecting that to change. in anticipation of rain they did inspect roof tops of the water-damaged homes. otherwise they're not expecting the rain to do anymore damage. it will be months before they're fully recovered here. >> this hull is supposed to have water in it. it helps compact the soil around a freshly-repaired pipe. it's one of six that the story will be repairing here. they were damaged when a 16 inch water
CSPAN
Mar 7, 2013 10:00am EST
the united states attorney that testified that in a 2004 follow-up report to the national institute of justice, the same researchers concluded that the use in crimes of assault weapons subject to the 1994 ban declined by more than 2/3 in the first nine years the ban was in effect. and also a statement from professionor tribe, if -- professor tribe, if i may. >> without objection, that will be part of the record. senator, hold just a moment unless you want to yield to senator lee. >> let's yield to senator lee. >> ok. senator lee. and for scheduling purposes, you might -- there is a classified matter that is going to require senator grassley and i and a couple other members of the senate to be at and as a result we will recess at 11:45 subject to the call of the chair which may bring us back today or tomorrow. we'll see. but just so you know. >> i thank you, mr. chairman. just want to make a brief statement about some concerns i have about this legislation. all of us are devastated by the recent acts of violence, particularly mass violence, and every one of us would choose if we coul
FOX News
Mar 6, 2013 4:00pm PST
and qatar have been arming those rebel fighters. jonathan hunt at the united nations tonight. this is the most direct appeal that we have heard yet from these rebels. >> yeah, it was a very clear message, the clearest possible from the head of the free syrian army. and very significant, too shep, that he chose to deliver that message today in english. listen. >> this is very clear to say we weapons and ammunition. stop killing to defend ourselves and to defend our citizens. >> now the u.s. is reluctant to give weapons directly to the rebels simply because they do not know who some of those rebels are or what their aims are. that fear underscored today when 21 united nations peace keepers were taken hostage in a disputed area of the go alan heights between israel and syria. the u.n. has strongly condemned that hostage taking and called for the immediate release of those peace keepers, shep. >> syrian people, jonathan, running for the borders. >> yeah. on top of the 70,000 killed during this now 2-year-old conflict, a u.n. report today revealed that some 1 million syrians are n
PBS
Mar 6, 2013 12:00am PST
where 170 people are being killed every day in syria. we forgot the united nations in iraq with saddam hussein because of weapons of mass destruction we got this and lied about it and now we are following the united nations. the united nations once again when it suits us. i don't think this is consistent. my position is very much to say as citizens and as scholars and as intellectuals, the best way we can help the west as much as the muslim majority country is to be principles, to know that politics is politics. but we still need more, we need more politic. >> rose: even secretary rice when she was secretary of state went to egypt and said essentially that perhaps we need to reexamine who we've been supporting, do you remember that. >> yes, that's completely true. to reexamine is not enough. >> rose: thank you. this book is call islam in the arab awakening. thank you for coming. >> thank you. >> rose: thank you for joining us. see you next time. at an all time high. breaking the previous record set nearly 5 1/2 years ago. the question now where do stocks go from here and what should
PBS
Mar 7, 2013 5:30pm PST
examines the united nations security council's move to impose new sanctions on north korea and pyongyang's threat to launch a nuclear strike on the u.s. >> brown: and hari sreenivasan looks at the passage of the nation's strictest abortion law in arkansas, where nearly all procedures will have to be done in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and friends of the newshour. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> brown: another key seat in president obama's national security team was filled today. the senate approved a new leader for the central intelligence agency, but not befor
CNN
Mar 2, 2013 3:00pm PST
ourselves. i had had some contacts from my trips over there. they then sent it here to the united nations. a delegation, and their team here, we worked a lot with them, they came up to our offices. we ran through the whole program with them. and -- and you know, we actually didn't really know, you know, if we were all going to get in until we got to beijing. so it was sort of a last-minute thing, not last minute, but we didn't really know until the last minute. >> and we all remember, dennis rodman played basketball, for the harlem globetrotters, only one thing that would have topped this. that would have been if michael jordan himself would have gone. that would have blown out the entire place over there, i can assure you, don't you agree? >> 100%, 100%, i mean, michael jordan is a god, the greatest player that ever played the game. he is a huge god in north korea. and michael if you're watching this, basketball diplomacy, get over there, we need your help. >> it would have been amazing if he goes -- let me just point out. i'm happy to go with him. i would like to meet kim jong-un, as we
CNN
Mar 9, 2013 3:00pm PST
and defiance by north korea after the new tests. and now the united nations is pushing back. we'll speak about all of this and more to the u.s. ambassador to the u.n., susan rice. go faster! no! stop...stop... (mom) i raised my son to be careful... hi, sweetie. hi, mom. (mom) but just to be safe... i got a subaru. (announcer) love. it's what makes a subaru a subaru. so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. . >>> north korea, kim jong-un welcomed the troops at the front line with south korea, the communist regime unveiled new threats, including a possible nuclear attack. the u.n. security council pushed back by adopting sanctions. >> reporter: wolf, tensions remain high here on the korean peninsula, f
PBS
Mar 1, 2013 6:30pm PST
. >> of the international community, the united nations and arab nations, lived up to their obligations, no syrian would ever think of marrying his daughter in jordan -- marrying off his daughter in jordan. >> this jordanian refugee camp is huge, and it keeps getting bigger. the camp administration says 100,000 syrians have already crowded into this place and about 1000 more join them every day. there's food, water, and shelter, and almost every day, there is a wedding. this 19-year-old has just married. his bride is his 15-year-old cousin. her mother-in-law has heart disease. she says if she dies, the family needs a woman to take care of her son, even if that woman is still nearly a child -- merely a child. >> married off young girls should not happen, but she has reached the married age. that is enough. >> the syrians civil war has traumatized men, women, and children. thousands have died, been wounded, or have fled, and young girls have had to do things they never would if they only had a choice. >> the venezuelan vice president says that the country's leader is fighting for his life. president chave
PBS
Mar 5, 2013 7:00pm PST
to punish their counterparts in north korea. the americans introduced a draft resolution at the united nations security council. they're targeting banking transactions and what they call illicit activities by diplomats. they say the sanctions will be among the toughest ever. north korean scientists carried out their third underground nuclear test last month. members of the council met on tuesday to discuss how to respond. u.s. delegates drafted the resolution. they managed to get the support of north korea's long-time ally china. >> the international community is united and very firm in its opposition to north korea's illicit nuclear and missile programs. >> rice said the resolution would place new restrictions on diplomatic travel, banking transactions, and shipments of cargo. members are expected to adopt it later this week at the earliest. >>> executives at a major japanese electronic company are in financial trouble. they've been looking for help overseas, and they may have found a willing partner in south korea. ai uchida joins us now from the business desk. ai? >> yes, catherine.
PBS
Mar 7, 2013 7:00pm PST
sanctions. members of the united nations security council warned north korean leaders together and separately not to carry out another nuclear test. authorities disregarded those warnings and went ahead with a third underground test. the security council has responded with new sanctions. the resolution requires union nations to deport official who is violate resolutions. the sanctions include a freeze on assets believed to be linked to the country's nuclear or missile programs. it's now mandatory to inspect cargo that would be related to weapons development. crews of ships who refuse inspections will not be allowed to dock. previous resolutions only requested such action. council members have expressed concern over the use of diplomatic privileges. >> these sanctions will bite an bite hard. they increase north korea's isolation and raise the cost to north korea's leaders of defiing the international security. >> to address the nuclear address and to prevent isolation. >> japan's u.n. ambassador urged officials to think hard about what path they should take. it took the security
KCSMMHZ
Mar 2, 2013 8:30am PST
. >> the united nations say that all cultures of the world are equally important, but if you take a look at the list of places unesco deems worth protecting, you will notice that have the world heritage sites are in europe. in comparison, continents like africa or asia have only a few places on the list. europe does have a rich cultural history, but applicants themselves do not always agree. >> the northern german town is located between the north sea and the baltic. it has a population of 24,000. just outside the town, archaeologists uncovered the remains of a viking settlement. such villages are rare in germany. replicas of the cuts have been built for a museum on the site. many people are curious about the norseman and want to know about their way of life. >> after what i have seen here, i think they must have existed. these things did not just drop out of the sky. >> they were here. what you can see and read here makes them real for me. >> the vikings place in european history has made them the stuff of legend. six northern european countries including germany and sweden want to know
ABC
Mar 5, 2013 11:00am PST
than 138 points. >> the united nations security council is setting the stage today for a fourth round of sanctions against north korea. the u.n. security council is meeting behind closed doors to discuss the sanctions in response to the north nuclear weapons test. experts believe the north koreans nuclear arsenal includes up to 12 weapons. >> in the foreseeable future we may have a persistent problem that doesn't boil over and doesn't go away. >> the north took their own steps vowing to cancel the 1963 korean war cease-fire because of sanctions and ongoing united states and south korean joint military drills. >>the vatican is waiting for five more cardinals to reach rome before setting the date for the conclave to elect a new pope. the vatican spokesman says a handful of cardinals arrived last night bringing the number of voting age cardinals to 110 out of the 115 expected to take part. also, today, the vatican closed the chapel to the public. the cardinals gather there to select a new pope. the urns that hold and burn the ballot of now being put into place. >> a lot of tradition ther
ABC
Mar 7, 2013 4:30am PST
the united nations security council is expected to vote in a few hours on a united states and chinese resolution that imposes the strongest u.n. sanctions ever against north korea. it comes in response to north korea's latest nuclear test conducted last month. the ambassador expressed home that it would be approved unanimously. north korea says they will exercise their right for a preemptive nuclear attack saying the united states is publicking to start a nuclear war against the communist country 789. >> no date from the vatican for the conclave to select a new pope. the cardinals arrived for another day of meetings awaiting for one last colleague to join them before they decide whether to begin the conclave. the cardinal from vietnam will arrive today. the american cardinals in rome have canceled their popular daily briefings out of concern that details of the secret proceeding could be leaked. >> the president has a meeting with republican lawmakers at the white house about the sequester and will address the caucuses on capitol hill next week. president obama treated a dozen of them
KICU
Mar 7, 2013 7:00pm PST
at the united nations. >>> the council u man noufl votes -- you man mousiously voted -- when north, cororea, countries must now block those transfers. >> north kore afired with firery red rick. he threatened a nuclear attack on the us and said a second korean war is coming up. >>> this is a country way nuclear weapon. >> north korea has defied a series of resolutions by launching a weapon in february. he remains the world is upset responding with sanctions and they are engaging in military drills in the region. >> we were able to strengthen our bonds and relationships by working hand and hand on this training and these exercises. >> these developments come the same day the senate foreign relations committee is holding a hearing. these stepped up sanctions are welcomed. >>> u.s. officials say the son-in-law of o samma bin laden has been captured tonight. >> he has been the spokesman since the terrier attacks in 2001. he recruited people to train in al-qaida camps in afghanistan. he is being held in new york. he should have been takt tone began tan mobay. he is set to be in court tomorrow. >>
KOFY
Mar 5, 2013 11:30am PST
right now and you can see the dow is up more than 138 points. >> the united nations security council is setting the stage today for a fourth round of sanctions against north korea. the u.n. security council is meeting behind closed doors to discuss the sanctions in response to the north nuclear weapons test. experts believe the north koreans nuclear arsenal includes up to 12 weapons. >> in the foreseeable future we may have a persistent problem that doesn't boil over and doesn't go away. >> the north took their own steps vowing to cancel the 1963 korean war cease-fire because of sanctions and ongoing united states and south korean joint military drills. >>the vatican is waiting for five more cardinals to reach rome before setting the date for the conclave to elect a new pope. the vatican spokesman says a handful of cardinals arrived last night bringing the number of voting age cardinals to 110 out of the 115 expected to take part. also, today, the vatican closed the chapel to the public. the cardinals gather there to select a new pope. the urns that hold and burn the ballot of now be
MSNBC
Mar 7, 2013 2:30am PST
. >>> negotiations are under way this morning between the united nations and insurgent fighters in syria. they want the release of 21 peacekeepers captured while patrolling the golan heights. it accused the u.n. of collaborating with the syrian government. unless this syrian military leaves a nearby village. u.n. officials believe that peacekeepers remain unharmed. >>> now to business. where the bull rally continues. as the dow closed at a record high for the second straight day. the s&p 500 closed within 2% of its 2007 peak. for more on wall street, let's check in with steven chadwick. can he make this three days in a row. >> this will go well for the payroll figure. at the end of the week. in terms of valuations, the p ratio of valuation, we're cheaper than we were back in 2007. time warner could be putting time into a separate unit. the publishing arm that has the fortune and time brand, has been struggling as of late. last year made less money. $420 million at an operating income level. than a decade ago. very interesting story in the making there. back to you, bill. >> appreciate it. >>> live
FOX
Mar 6, 2013 12:00pm PST
yesterday, to a nearby chapel. the official mourning period is scheduled to last a week. >>> the united nations is demanding the release of 20 peacekeepers being held by syrian rebels. the rebels say they are holding the peacekeepers because they are helping them re-establish a foothold in the area. the u.n. has september an envoy to try to -- has sent an envoy to try to resolve the situation. >>> late today, there was showing of the 49ers' stadium. our reporter is live to let us know why officials are even on board. >> reporter: officials say the best way to bring the super bowl back is to approach the owners. take a look. this is the brand-new 49er stadium. officials say it will be state- of-the- art. the big bush is for leaders, the mayors held a brief plaintiff presence as they officially announced they will be pushing for the super bowl to come -- held a brief meeting as they officially announced they will be pushing for the super bowl to come back to san francisco. mayor lee said he is excited the stadium and possibly the super bowl will be here. >> this is how we think we will wi
LINKTV
Mar 9, 2013 2:00pm PST
rebels and returned to jordan and now they are officially under the responsibility of the united nations, and no longer under the responsibility of the jordanian army. >> thank you. more violence in egypt's capital was supporters protesting as the final verdict handed out over the stadium riot. 74 fans were killed in the bins of the first of february back in 2012. 21 fans have been sentenced to death. there is anger at the verdict given to police and officials. >> on one thing football fans having, no matter what club they support is a hatred of the police. after hearing seven of the nine security officials on trial were acquitted, dozens of athletic fans headed to the building closest to the club stadium, setting ablaze and looting a police social club as well as the football federation building. fans are angry that most of the remaining 52 defendants were acquitted. some like this man who lost his son, the important thing is that no more blood was spilled. >> we are not happy with this verdict. it they should have been services -- sentenced to 25 years in prison. you have to accept it.
PBS
Mar 7, 2013 4:00pm PST
rhetoric to new heights . bbc news at the united nations in new york. >> are more on the tension, i spoke a brief time ago with -- for more on the tension, i spoke a brief time ago with a former state department official. north korea has ignored the previous three un sanction resolutions. >> they want to ignore this but there were two aspects that were very important. first, the unanimous vote, 15-0. the co-cdraftors were china and united states. one of the problems in the past is that they have not been on the same page here they clearly are now -- on the same page. they clearly are now. there are these preposterous threats made earlier today. >> how is this resolution going to stop north korea from building nuclear weapons? >> the resolution will not do that, but china is the key here. if china would put much more pressure on the koreans -- north koreans, economic and political there is at least the possibility to see some redress. without china playing that role north korea has that safety valve always. that's been the problem with the six-party talks. the republic of korea south korea
PBS
Mar 8, 2013 2:30pm PST
in this country is a question being asked now here and around the word. >> thank you. just a day after the united nations imposed fresh sanctions on north korea, an angry response from pyongyang. it says it's closing the joint crossing area between the two countries. the sanctions passed by unanimous vote on thursday target the funding for the north's nuclear ambitions. from seoul, lucy williamson has more. >> this was the moment north koreans learned ha their truce with the south was ending. relations are instead being dictated by this man. somewhere between a king and a demigod. he told frontline troops today to be ready to annihilate the economy. his first year in power has marked a low point with north korea's dealings with the outside world. the actions yesterday were backed also by its main alloy, china. the country is withdrawing from all nonaggression packets designed to withdrawal disputes with south korea. the regime has also cut off the north-south hotline, a means of direct communication at times of tension. north korea's forces are numerous and well-trained and reports from the capit
PBS
Mar 8, 2013 4:00pm PST
here and around the word. >> thank you. just a day after the united nations imposed fresh sanctions on north korea, an angry response from pyongyang. it says it's closing the joint crossing area between the two countries. the sanctions passed by unanimous vote on thursday target the funding for the north's nuclear ambitions. from seoul, lucy williamson has more. >> this was the moment north koreans learned ha their truce with the south was ending. relations are instead being dictated by this man. somewhere between a king and a demigod. he told frontline troops today to be ready to annihilate the economy. his first year in power has marked a low point with north korea's dealings with the outside world. the actions yesterday were backed also by its main alloy, china. the country is withdrawing from all nonaggression packets designed to withdrawal disputes with south korea. the regime has also cut off the north-south hotline, a means of direct communication at times of tension. north korea's forces are numerous and well-trained and reports from the capital say public transport has been
KRON
Mar 7, 2013 11:00pm PST
is threatening a "nuclear attack" against the united states. this comes after the united nation's security council. unanimously passed tougher sanctions against north korea a foreign ministry spokesman. made the threat in a statement to a state- run news agency. south korea's defense ministry says, the north has been conducting a series of military drills on an "unusually grand" scale. the white house says, the u- s is fully capable of defending itself against north korea. >> osama bin laden's son- in-law has been captured. and is in the united states. sulaiman abu ghaith is being held in new york -- he is expected to appear in court friday, to face federal charges. a spokesman says, the son- in-law was captured within the past week in jordan. he is described as "the official spokesman of al qaeda" since the nine- eleven attacks. the body of venezuela's former president, hugo chavez. will be preserved. and forever displayed inside a glass tomb at a military museum not far from the nations presidential palace. it is the same treatment given communist revolutionary leaders such as lenin, mao
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